TSK Closed Single Hole Cannula PRC-30025ICSH
The Advantages of Using Cannulas Over Needles
Cannulas have become a sudden popular choice worldwide, due to less posed risk of bruising, which is common with needles. Cannulas also allow patients to be treated over a larger surface area of skin, achieved directly from a single site of injection. Resulting in less trauma and a more enhanced patient experience.
The CSH Cannula
The TSK Closed Single Hole Cannula is a traditional shaped cannula featuring ultra thin walls (UTW). Offering more precision during administration of the gel filler, whilst giving a more controlled flow rate.
The CSH (Closed-tip Side Hole) cannula features a laser cut side hole to prevent any chances of bleeding.
Other CSH Features
Although the CSH cannula performance is lower than the STERiGLIDE cannula, it still competes well with other cannulas available on the market. due to its ULTRA thin wall. With its increased size internal diameter, it still produces 35% less force. Resulting in more precise gel administration that is smoother too.
The ultra thin wall increases the diameter by 24% for a 27G cannula and by 17% for a 30G cannula.
Unlike the STERiGLIDE cannula’s dome shaped tip, CSH has a blunt closed tip which also aids less trauma for the patient with easier handling for the practitioner.
TSK Closed Single Hole Cannula, All due to its cleverly designed tip, ultra thin wall (UTW), a patent external coating, the side hole mark and up to 50% improved gliding.
A dome shaped tip creating less resistance and chances of bruising. In addition, the cannula doesn’t require so much introductory force at the site of treatment.
Less product wastage as a result of more accurate delivery of gel. Medical professionals have a heightened sense of where the cannula tip end is.
A patent surface coating on the outer steel, which reduces friction between the skin, ensuring increased patient comfort. There is 50% better gliding beneath the skin as a result.
Clear marking on the side-port which allows for precise gel administration.